I finally got to play with flexible filament! A client needed a push button for a prototype. I was really impressed with SainSmart's Flexible TPU. The first print came out great, using the recommended settings.
My RC Tech project has been very fun experimenting with new techniques! This is my first project using Top-down design in SolidWorks and it's awesome! It will definitely be my go to design style from now on. Top-down is sketching all of your parts in your main assembly and referencing each part sketches to it, … Continue reading Top down design & reduce 3D printed supports
I wanted to create a dish to catch the solution that bubbles out and keep the top heavy case from getting knocked over and came up with this and it works great! Check it out on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3405111
I've been working on adding 3D Models to my portfolio on my webpage and I couldn't upload SolidWorks models to SketchFab as easy as I had from Fusion360 in the past. So I converted SolidWorks to Fusion360 then uploaded to SketchFab. Pack & Go your assembly, for more detail click here Open in Fusion360 and export … Continue reading View SolidWorks 3D Models on your Webpage!
The world of designing has "many ways to skin a cat" but which is the best way? Many factors come into play such as; intended function, outside limitations, experience/wisdom, and now help from software. In this blog post you can see how SolidWorks can test stress loads of a simple steel frame to determine the … Continue reading What is the best design?
Here's a functional 3D printed prototype I designed for Chris Tatum @ctatum870 from a napkin sketch. When you're shaving the back of your head and can't see what you're doing, the Mirazor mirror attachment solves that problem! Chris is currently working on the production stage and I'm excited to see Mirazor hit the market!
My soldering skills are a little rusty, but I picked it back up like riding a bike!